4 Scariest & Unexplained Bigfoot Audio Recordings
Published on Feb 12, 2018 / 10:00
I still haven't finished reading all the posts or listening to the rest of the interviews but I'd like to comment on these audio clips of Bigfoot. The first two clips of those long roars or yells are bone-chilling and real to me, and I can only imagine what it was like for the people recording it and what they must have thought and felt at the time. But I have serious doubts about the last two.
The first one is a long howl similar to wolves who do sustain them that long but the pitch is way too low to be a wolf which you can hear
. They brought up sounding like a siren which it did remind me of. Although the researchers are right about one thing, what would a siren be doing out in the middle of nowhere when they are predominantly on emergency vehicles and government buildings. The second clip sounds like great apes or monkeys the jungle, but if it was recorded in Washington State like the video insists, then that rules that out possibility. It's also higher in pitch than the first clip. So both of them seem authentic and gave me shivers.
I'm skeptical about the third one. The commentator said it sounds like laughs but I have my doubts. I've listened to it several times and there are definite similarities between foxes and what's heard in the audio. You can hear foxes here
. As for the last one, they said in the video that myth's tell of Sasquatch being able to mimic different animals and human speech and voices - and that could be true and not out of the realm of possibility (which would also be really freaky!
) - but it sounded like a compilation of different clips from movies and TV shows. At one point whatever it was reminded me of the Tasmanian Devil
in Looney Tunes. Seriously though, are you telling me that those two record these sounds in the woods, attempt to interact with whatever it was that was making those sounds, and their quip or comment towards it was 'Your not very sociable tonight?!' Either they have YUGE cajones or it's a hoax.
One thing though, reading this thread and listening to those clips last night before bed reminded of this quote from Lord of the Rings when the hobbits are in the house of Tom Bombadil:
He fell silent again; but Frodo could not help asking one more question: the one he most desired to have answered. 'Tell us, Master,' he said, 'about the Willow-man. What is he? I have never heard of him before.
'No, don't!' said Merry and Pippin together, sitting suddenly upright. 'Not now! Not until this morning!'
'That is right!' said the old man. 'Now is the time for resting. Some things are ill to hear when the world's in shadow. Sleep till the morning-light, rest on the pillow! Heed no nightly noise! Fear no grey willow!' And with that he took down the lamp and blew it out, and grasping a candle in either hand he led them out of the room.